Designing a nursery from start to finish can be incredibly fun, but it can also be extremely stressful, scary and overwhelming, especially if you’re a first-time parent. That’s part of why we do what we do—we want our design clients to feel at ease and excited about their nurseries, and we want to help them enjoy the whole process. We get a lot of emails from people across the nation asking for help and advice for their nurseries, but since we’re based in Southern California, it’s hard for us to get our services to those in other states. However, we have some exciting news—that’s about to change, and we’re looking for a little help!
We want to hear your most pressing nursery design questions—think of it as a little bit of a freebie from Little Crown Interiors! For example, do the safety issues seem daunting? Are you unsure about what your first purchase should be? Perhaps you’re a little overwhelmed by the abundance of options, or maybe you can’t figure out how to find just the right items. If you’ve already designed your nursery, what do you wish someone had told you before you started? What mistakes did you make, and what awesome tricks would you share with other new parents?
Why are we asking all of this? Well, this fall, we’re releasing Your Perfect Nursery, an e-book all about designing a fabulous and functional space! We’ve been working hard for almost a year to make sure that we include as much information as possible to give parents-to-be a thorough look into what it takes to bring a nursery design to life. We’ll be focusing on all the major elements of a nursery design, from figuring out the floor plan and learning what’s important in selecting furniture, to implementing nursery safety, deciding on a color palette, choosing textiles and even installing the room. Check out our working cover—what do you think?
Please comment below with your burning nursery design questions and all the things you wish you had known before starting the process. We’ll be choosing a few to answer in our next post, as well as expanding on these and many more aspects of nursery design in our upcoming e-book. We hope you’ll also share your best advice so that the readers of Project Nursery all get to benefit!